The Cyrillic letter Ge stroke or Ayn (in Kazakh) (Ғ,ғ) is a Г with a horizontal stroke. It is used in Kazakh and Uzbek where it represents a voiced uvular fricative /ʁ/. Despite having a similar shape, it is not related to the F of the Latin alphabet. In Kazakh, this letter may also represent the voiced velar fricative /ɣ/. It was also used in Uzbek before the adoption of the Latin alphabet in 1992 - this letter corresponds to Gʻ in the Uzbek Latin alphabet.
Unicode renders this letter as "Ghe with stroke".
|Azerbaijani||5||ɣ~ʁ||Replaced by Latin Ğ in Azerbaijan, still used in Daghestan|
|Kazakh||6||ɣ~ʁ||Replaced by Ǵ by 2025|
|Tajik||5||ɣ~ʁ||Represented as Ƣ|
|Uzbek||34||ɣ~ʁ||Replaced by Gʻ since 1992|
|Unicode name||CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER GHE WITH STROKE||CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER GHE WITH STROKE|
|UTF-8||210 146||D2 92||210 147||D2 93|
|Numeric character reference||Ғ||Ғ||ғ||ғ|
- Kazakh language
- Uzbek language
- Azerbaijani language
- Bashkir language
- Karakalpak language
- Siberian Tatar language
- Tajik language
- "Cyrillic: Range: 0400–04FF" (PDF). The Unicode Standard, Version 6.0. 2010. p. 42. Retrieved 2011-05-20.
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